Devon gems

There are plenty of National Trust treasures around Devon. From exploring inside a 16-sided house at A la Ronde to soaking up the gothic interiors at Knightshayes, why not take a look for yourself?

Entrance to the Tree of Life exhibition at Killerton

Tree of Life

This year Killerton's exhibition will be exploring the human relationship with trees that is celebrated in fashion through the uses of patterns, dyes and materials.

Bendor Grosvenor with Knightshayes' portrait of Rembrandt

Could this portrait be painted by Rembrandt himself?

Why is this little Rembrandt portrait under the spotlight? Find out more about its exciting journey in BBC Four's 'Britain's Lost Masterpieces'

Drawing room

Drawing on our past

Look out onto the splendour of the garden as you gaze out to sea from the gallery.

Coleton Fishacre house

Year of decadent design

Throughout the year we'll be exploring the design of Coleton Fishacre, from architectural details in the house to unique landscaping in the garden.

Walking out of the Devil's Cauldron

Planning a visit to Lydford Gorge

There's plenty to see and do at Lydford Gorge, from walks and wildlife to tasty treats.

A la Ronde in the autumn

Why does A la Ronde have sixteen sides?

A beautiful yet unique building with a fascinating history and design - find out why it has 16 sides.

The Chapel at Castle Drogo

The Chapel

Find out more about the Chapel.